During all my journeys I used to take hundreds of slides with my Nikon SLR, now I am using a Nikon D850 and D7200, succeeding my D5000 and D80. The D850 allowed me to do photo stacking, which produces incredible sharp images of especially tiny subjects, see some examples on my Suriname Gallery. A selection of my photos can be found in many of the trip reports on my homepage and on Tibet specifically in the photo essay section. The photos before 2006 have been scanned slides.
I enjoy greatly sharing my photos, information and anecdotes from my trips and tours (read reviews). My interest are diverse and as a trained geographer and ecologist I like to bring in all kinds of aspects and do not limit myself narrowly to the title subject. Many years ago a neighbor who came along for a talk said "Daniel, that was so entertaining and packed with information, like listening to NPR", I felt flattered, but I think he was not a regular NPR listener. More recently I thought the label "edutainment" is pretty fitting, since I share lots of scientific information presented in an entertaining way with plenty of funny moments.
Mushrooms and beyond
Choice Edible Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest - see PNW edible mushroom webpage
Choice Edible Mushrooms of the Westcoast
Medicinal Mushrooms - How to collect, process & use them - see my field guide
Tibet's Most Marvelous Mushrooms - See a dozen pages with Tibet content on the webpages
Tales of Tibet's Fungal Miracle - Ophiocordyceps sinensis - Caterpillar Fungus
Cordyceps summary paper (not the actual presentation)
Mountains, Monasteries & Mushrooms - Tibet's globally unique Mushroom Economy
Amazing Amazon Mushrooms - link to Amazing Amazon Fungi
Flavorful, Fancy & Foul Fungi - From Far Flung Places Around The World Summary
Bhutan's Buddha Mushroom and other fungi in the Land of the Thunderdragon link to Bhutan page
Mushroom Festivals out West - from Alaska to California from Oregon to Colorado
My 90 min shows on Tibet include sections on Tibetan life (monasteries, Buddhism, culture, architecture, etc.), rural livelihood and survival strategies (nomadism, agriculture, medicinal plants, mushrooms), and the environment (vegetation, climate, geography, medicinal and other wild flowers, forests, wildlife and hot springs). In addition I am documenting modernization taking place and talk about project work I am currently involved in. Often I select a certain cultural or political area (i.e. West Sichuan, Gyarong, Dechen, Kham, Amdo, Changtang, Lithang, Lhasa, Kongpo etc.) or just the best slides of the most recent trips. Also, I offer presentations with a specific focus on certain subjects such as mushrooms, mushroom markets, wild flowers, forests, architecture, hot springs etc. Of course, even with a narrowly focused main subject I will integrate it in a wider framework. I guess that comes with being a trained geographer....
Natural Treasures of Tibet - Summary
Wild Flowers & Tales from East Tibet
Alpine Plants, Flowering Plants of Tibet, Medicinal Plants etc.
Forests & Forestry in Tibet
Hot Springs and Sacred Wells in Tibet
Wildlife and Conservation
Tibetan Farmhouses, Fortresses and Monasteries
Nomads and Farmers
Tibet: Environmental Crisis on the Roof of the World?
Bhutan - The Land of the Thunderdragon
Kongpo - Nyingchi: Tibet's Himalaya
Central Tibet: Lhasa, Tsetang and Shigatse
Kham - Eastern Tibet: Treasure House of Cultural and Natural Diversity
Litang & Derge - Tibetan strongholds in Ganzi Prefecture, West Sichuan
Arunachal Pradesh: Land of the Rising Sun - India's Last Frontier
Silk Road: Xinjiang & Pakistan's Hunza
Nepal & Sikkim
If you want me to give a presentation, please contact me.
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